Understanding The Alternator

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The Charging System
Fuelless Alternator

A vehicle charging system has three major components: the Battery, the Alternator, and the Regulator. The alternator works together with the battery to supply power when the vehicle is running. The output of an alternator is direct current (DC), however the alternator actually creates AC voltage which is then converted to DC as it leaves the alternator on its way to charge the battery and power the other electrical loads.

The Charging System Circuit

The Charging System Circuit

Free Energy Charging System

Four wires connect the alternator to the rest of the charging system:

'B' is the alternator output wire that supplies current to the battery. 'IG' is the ignition input that turns on the alternator/regulator assembly. 'S' is used by the regulator to monitor charging voltage at the battery. 'L' is the wire the regulator uses to ground the charge warning lamp.

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